Trump Ramps Up VP Rumors With Stellar Shortlist

Trump sure knows how to keep everyone guessing.

Not only has he effectively shrugged off New York City’s lame attempt to bleed him dry, but he has also invigorated passion for his presidential campaign by teasing a major short list of candidates.

And that short list includes the following: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, Senator Tim Scott, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, Florida Republican Byron Donalds, and former Congresswoman Tulsi Gababard.

That’s quite a lineup. A diverse one, at that.

However, Trump didn’t choose the lineup due to the diversity of the potential candidates, but rather due to the values and attributes each individual has to offer.

On top of that, the list reveals Trump’s willingness to let bygones be bygones, especially with the surprising addition of DeSantis to the list.

Which only underscores Trump’s willingness to get the real job done … and not the job Obama had in mind.

“It’s a very important position. You would like to get somebody who could help you from the voters’ standpoint,” Trump thoughtfully mused.

Exactly.

And each and every candidate clearly holds values that an American gravely concerned for the future can get behind.

For instance, consider DeSantis’s rather succinct synopsis of what should be done with pro-terrorist Representative Ilhan Omar, best known for her “Somalia first” attitude.

“Expel from Congress, denaturalize and deport!” DeSantis declared.

Amen!

Of course, a VP who is anti-illegal immigration is a major plus as well, which is applicable to all candidates.

Scott, for instance, recently reminded Americans of the Dems’ desire to coddle illegals at all costs, even if it means closing schools to do so.

“Just a reminder of big blue cities approach to illegal immigration: School is closed tomorrow because illegal immigrants will be sleeping in the gym,” Scott intoned.

Yikes.

Noem also highlighted the “invasion” that has taken place under Biden, which is especially troubling amid rather turbulent geopolitical times.

“There’s no denying it – the United States of America is in a state of invasion. South Dakota will stand united. We will protect our people,” Noem declared.

Donalds has also long been a pro-Trump advocate, brushing off attacks from vastly less competent “Squad” members who are perpetually offended by the concept of a black conservative.

“The Engoron ruling is chilling & COMPLETE BS. Justice must be blind. Once you set a dangerous precedent like this, it’ll now be used against others & businessmen will stop investing their billions into NY. To all NY’ers: Come to the great state of FL. We’ll treat you better,” Donalds declared.

Well, quite a few of those New Yorkers have been streaming in ever since the state decided to become a de facto dictatorship during COVID.

Of course, Gabbard, who recently abandoned the Democrat Party, has quite a bit to offer herself, starting with her recognition that the so-called “liberals” have gone totally mad.

“Biden and Dem Elite are afraid of letting the people have a choice at the ballot box for the same reason all dictators are afraid of democracy: they’re afraid that the people will not choose the ‘correct’ person. They don’t want to take that gamble,” Gabbard recently tweeted.

Way to call out the White House for what it really is.

And, lastly, Ramaswamy may well be an optimal choice, especially considering his common-sense approach to commerce and the economy.

“This entire campaign is about speaking the TRUTH. We did not achieve our goal tonight & we need an America-First patriot in the White House. The people spoke loud & clear about who they want. Tonight, I am suspending my campaign and endorsing Donald J. Trump and will do everything I can to make sure he is the next U.S. President. I am enormously proud of this team, this movement, and our country,” Ramaswamy proclaimed.

Who will the VP ultimately be?

One thing is for sure – with a list like this, Trump can’t go wrong.

Author: Jane Jones


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